Richard Wagner - Birgit Nielsen, Helge Brilioth, Norman Bailey . Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden : Leif Segerstam - Duets From "Parsifal" And "Die Walküre" mp3 album
Title: Duets From "Parsifal" And "Die Walküre"
Date of release: 1975
Size MP3: 1848 mb
Size FLAC: 1783 mb
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Birgit Nilsson, Helge Brilioth, Leif Segerstam, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden - Wagner: Parsifal, WWV 111, Act 2 - "Wehe! Wehe! Was tat ich? Wo war ich?" album: Wagner: Duets from Parsifal & Die Walküre. John Pritichard, Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden - Ritual Dances from "The Midsummer Marriage": 3. First Dance - The Earth in Autumn. album: Music of England, Vol. 8. Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, Sir Alexander Gibson, Teresa Berganza, Джованни Баттиста Перголези - La serva padrona, Pt. 1: No. 4, Aria, "Stizzoso, mio stizzoso" (Serpina). album: Les jeunes années (Les indispensables de Diapason).
Opera by Richard Wagner. Production of the Oslo Opera in 2015. The most popular and recognizable part of the opera is the Bridal Chorus, better known as "Here Comes the Bride", often played as a processional at weddings in the West. The orchestral preludes to Acts I and III are also frequently performed separately as concert pieces. The United Kingdom premiere of Lohengrin took place at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden, on 8 May 1875 using the Italian translation by Marchesi. Auguste Vianesi conducted the performance, which featured Ernesto Nicolini as Lohengrin, Emma Albani as Elsa, Anna D'Angeri as Ortruda, Maurel as Friedrich, and Wladyslaw Seideman as Heinrich.
It was an operatic marriage made in heaven that lasted for over twenty years and, thanks to recordings, continues to thrill music lovers around the world. The second Philips record, conducted by Leif Segerstam and with Helge Brilioth in very good form as the respective heroes presents the complete final scene between Siegmund and Sieglinde from Die Walküre - and - the best and most interesting of all - a long sequence from Parsifal, 38 minutes. By some reason Nilsson never sang Kundry on stage, but she seems deeply involved and it is a breathtaking performance. The two discs represent a compilation of at least 3 LPs of the great Wagnerian soprano Birgit Nilsson. While quite a number of recordings were made when La Nilsson was already into her sixties, the voice was still luminous and still maintained considerable power with a good sound focus.
Richard Wagner (1813–83) was one of the most significant figures in the history of opera. Through his music dramas he introduced extraordinary innovations that transformed the course of music. Wagner was born in Leipzig and discovered his musical vocation early on. He absconded from his first job when he fell in love with the actress Minna Planer, whom he married in 1836.
Norman Bailey (bass-baritone), Helge Brilioth (tenor), Birgit Nilsson (soprano). Recorded: 1973-07-12. Recording Venue: Watford Town Hall, London. Dies alles hab' ich nun geträumt?" 4:00. Royal Opera House Covent Garden. Birgit Nilsson (soprano), Helge Brilioth (tenor). Schläfst du, Gast?" 7:16.
Royal Opera House Covent Garden Orchestra of the Southwest German Radio (SWDR) Orchestre National de France Orchestre National de l'ORTF Orchestre National de la Radiodiffusion Française Orchestre Radio National France Orchestre Radio National de France Orchestre de l'Ecole Normale de Musique de Paris Orchestre de la Socitété des Concerts du Conservatoire Orchestre de la Société des Concerts du Conservatoire Orchestre d. Nicolai Nielsen Nono. Obrecht Ockeghem Offenbach Orff. Padilla Paganini Paisiello Palestrina Pergolesi Pianelli Pierné Piston Platti Pochon Popper Poulenc Pres Prokofiev Puccini Purcell. As a result, Die Walküre frequently surpasses Das Rheingold in overall sound quality - it truly sounds wonderful throughout.
Richard Wagner: Die Walküre. classical music, opera, theatre. In 2006, a semi-staged performance of Parsifal enjoyed immense success and in 2007, we will present complete performances of the first two operas from Wagner’s legendary tetralogy, The Ring of the Nibelung.
Die Walküre will be transmitted live to cinemas around the world on Saturday, March 30, as part of The Met: Live in HD series. New York, NY (January 29, 2019)-The Metropolitan Opera will present Richard Wagner’s four-part masterwork Der Ring des Nibelungen in performances March 9–May 11, 2019. This season’s performances are the first time the Met has presented the inventive Robert Lepage staging in six seasons and are the only complete Ring cycles to be presented in North America in 2019. This season, he sings Walther von Stolzing in Wagner’s Die Meistersinger von Nürnberg at Opera Australia and reprises Siegfried at the Royal Opera House, Covent Garden. German baritone Michael Volle makes his Met role debut as Wotan/Wanderer, a role he has sung at Staatsoper Unter den Linden in Berlin.
|A||Parsifal: Duet From Act II "Dies Alles - Hab' Ich Nun Geträumt?..."|
|B1||Parsifal: Duet From Act II (Conclusion) "Erlösung Frevlerin, Biet' Ich Auch Dir..."|
|B2||Die Walküre: Duet From Act 1, Scene 3, Sieglinde: "Schläfst Du, Gast?..." - End Of Act I|
- Bass Vocals – Norman Bailey
- Conductor – Leif Segerstam
- Orchestra – Orchestra Of The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden
- Soprano Vocals – Birgit Nilsson
- Tenor Vocals – Helge Brilioth
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side A, Stamped): AA 6500 661 1Y 2 ℗ 1974 670 14 06
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side B, Stamped): AA 6500 661 2Y 2 ℗ 1974 670 14 06